| Phylloscypha phyllogena
|These interesting specimens of Phylloscypha phyllogena was growing under dry conditions. Note granulated
and roughened outer surface. Very brittle flesh; breaks easily. Spore print white. Peziza phyllogena and Peziza
badioconfusa are former names.
|Grows single and in clusters in pine and hardwood forests. Early spring.
|Spores measure 14-21 x 6.5-10.5
microns, finely warted with apical caps.
|Asci (spore producing cells) with
blue reaction to iodine.